We have spent just 1 night in this hotel. The web site of the hotel shows it as really exclusive small boutique hotel. Nothing in reality matches the picture. First of all, since it is in the old town which is closed to traffic, It is very hard to find it. The instructions from the hotel "how to find us" were sent to us in advance, but are not clear, the map is bad and not detailed enough. We have spent 45 minutes to find the hotel. People we asked did not know the address, even people working the parking place out of the old city that hotel has an arrangement with, were not been able to give us usefull information. We finally managed to reach a hotel around 11:30 pm and the lady working (the only one) at the reception was pissed that we were late and was very rude.
Hotel is paccked with massive furniture trying to give a picture of aristocracy and "old value" but it was all without any taste and just old objects packed around. The building is small enough anyway that you do not need so much furniture, especially if you are not able to put your laguagge on the floor because of this. there are 4 floors, but the elevator is going just to 3rd and usage of elevator is advised just for transporting the laguagge. The breakfast was very poor. Smell of frying food from the nabouring restaurants enters room directly. Rooms and bathrooms were big and spacious - that is probably the only positive thing I can tell about this hotel. And is well overpriced - we paid more than 250 euro for a room. If it was up to 100 euro it would more or less match the value.
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